Greater Enfield project nears first oil

The Ngujima-Yin FPSO at Keppel Tuas Shipyard in Singapore.
The Ngujima-Yin FPSO at Keppel Tuas Shipyard in Singapore.
Woodside Energy

Offshore staff

PERTH, AustraliaWoodside Energy has issued progress reports on various field developments offshore Western Australia.

Construction of the Greater Enfield project facilities was recently 95% complete. All subsea infrastructure has been installed, 10 of the 12 development wells have been drilled, and first oil should follow in the next few weeks.

The Ngujima-Yin FPSO, which underwent a comprehensive refit at Keppel Tuas Shipyard in Singapore, has returned to waters off the North West Cape.

Production from the existing Vincent field wells re-started earlier this month.

The Pluto PLA07 gas infill well spudded in May, and work on the Pluto water handling project is currently around the halfway point.

Woodside is targeting a final investment decision later this year for Julimar-Brunello Phase 2, which will develop gas from the Julimar reservoir as a subsea tieback to the existing Brunello infrastructure.

Front-end engineering design (FEED) has started for the Greater Western Flank Phase 3 project on the North West Shelf and should finish early next year.

Phase 3 (including Lambert Deep) will target recovery of 435 bcf of gas.

FEED should also get under way by year-end on the Browse Joint Venture’s Browse to NWS project.

07/24/2019

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